Delhi University issued the notification for admissions to its postgraduate courses on 1st of April. Candidates can apply online till the 30th of April, following which, the entrance tests for the same will be conducted from 1st to 30th of June. Aspirants for the PG courses will need to appear for an entrance and an interview for various courses.
Candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwD categories will need to pay a registration fee of Rs 250/- for each course, and the fee for other categories (including general and OBC) is Rs 500/-. The registration fee is non refundable and the eligibility criteria vary for different courses. Candidates can apply for postgraduate courses in subjects such as Arts, Applied Social Sciences and Humanities, Commerce and Business Studies, Education, Interdisciplinary and Applied Sciences, Law, Music and Fine Arts, Mathematics and Social Sciences among others.
DU also offers postgraduate courses under MA like Arabic, Buddhist Studies, English, German, Hispanic, Italian, French, Hindi, Library and Information Science, Linguistics, Bengali, Tamil, Comparative Indian Literature, Persian, Philosophy, Psychology, Applied Psychology, Punjabi, Sanskrit and Urdu.
Admissions are also open for M. Sc. (Mathematics Education) at Cluster Innovation Centre and for MBA (Business Economics) at Department of Business Economics. The information for these can be located at https://ducic.ac.in/ and http://goo.gl/TjzEOS respectively.
DU reserves about 50 percent intake for Interdisciplinary and Professional courses. PG aspirants are required to note that the registration and entrance tests for PG courses of School of Open Learning and Non Collegiate Women Education Board will be conducted by the respective departments. Learn more about the admission procedure here: http://admission.du.ac.in/pg2015/site/login[caption id="attachment_32149" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Guidelines to fill a form[/caption]
After the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in acknowledging transgenders as the third gender, DU has introduced the “third gender” category in its admission forms for postgraduate courses. However, it is still not clear as to what reservations or benefits, if any, transgenders will receive if they get admitted into DU as a separate category. The University Grants Commission (UGC) is yet to formulate a policy for transgenders and DU is expected to take its cues from the UGC policy. With the lack of availability of proper facilities and DU’s all inclusive sexual harassment policy no longer in effect, the safety of transgenders can be questioned.
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